Performing Artists

Artist: Jr Milla


Born in Kingston, Jamaica Jr Milla came to Canada in his early teens. After high school he joined an all-Italian band “Gratitude" as the lead singer. A few years later he started his own band "Night Lite" with Francis on drums, Raymond on bass and himself playing guitar and on lead vocals.  After five years of “Night Lite” in the late ‘80s he started his second band "United Groove" which won the Canadian Reggae Music Award and he plays with them to date.

Jr Milla has worked with international singers Dennis Brown, Elephant Man, Gordy Johnson of Big Sugar, Rasta Phil and many more, and is currently collaborating with Latin Singer Lucina Monroy working on an exclusive remix of his single "Nu World.”

His lyrics uplift the masses and create a positive change in the world and Jr Millar continues to make music stating that “Your attitude determines your altitude.”

He plays in and around Toronto and plans to tour in the near future.

Artist: Belle Matthews

Belle Matthews

Belle Matthews is a 15 year old singer/songwriter who has been singing since she could talk and has been writing songs since she was 11 years old. Her voice has been described by audiences across the world as unique and powerful. Belle is versatile, and her performances will enthrall you. Fans across Canada are connecting with Belle in admiration of her energetic and engaging voice style. Belle is very down-to-earth and humble; you will love her singing! Her music is a mixture of soft rock and pop with a dash of Jazz and wrapped up in a lot of soul. Belle's performance selection ranges from popular covers to original music.               

 Belle has had a YouTube channel since she was nine yours old, but did not get much attention until she posted a video on YouTube of her original song "Restricted" and received over 314,000 hits! Belle is very much into social networking. She loves to interact with people from around the world.

 Belle has performed on stage at The Imperial room, The Rockpile, Cooper Creek Golf course for Autism Sings, The Toronto International Airport, Harbor Front, Hersey Center singing the Canadian Anthem for the Mississauga Power Ball Basketball Team, The Velvet Underground, Buddies At Bad Time Theater for the Eliot Lake fundraiser, Dundas Square five years in a row for Youth Day, Terrance Banquet Center for The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation, Ribfest at Celebration Square, Living Arts Center, London Western Fair, Brock University for Alzheimer's run-Athlon, St Louis Bar and Grill, Canadian Ex,  Meadowvale Theater and at open mics across Ontario. 

Belle is currently a member of The Mississauga Art Council and a member of SOCAN. She is currently writing new songs and wants to release her first CD in the near future with all her original songs.

Artist: Henry Vivel

Henry Vivel

Artist: Daylight for Deadeyes


Daylight for Deadeyes was formed in 2003, and has evolved into a force with strong songs, strong musicianship, and a fine tuned attack of the senses at every live shows featuring core members brothers Chris Gormley (drums and lead vocals), and Matt Gormley (guitar and vocals).

Always writing and re-writing, and always developing their own sound, a sound aimed at moving people to feel good, touching the hearts and souls of everyone who hears their honest music, Daylight for Deadeyes keeps pushing to reach more listeners.

Artist: Alex Shain


Alex Shain is an international blues artist, songwriter and musical promoter who graduated from music school as a violin player, continued education as a guitar player and started to play with local blues-rock bands in Minsk, Belarus (ex-USSR).

He has performed in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Belarus,Ukraine and Israel and in 2005 in Jerusalem he started a program called International Blues Exchange, helping talented jazz and blues musicians from all over the world.

After the release of his first CD album in 2010 "Liberty Street", Alex Shain went back to the roots - blues and folk music.

Artist: Harpin’ Norm Lucien

Harpin’ Norm Lucien

In about 1968, Harpin’ Norm picked up the harmonica and has barely put it down since!  Playing with a vast variety of musicians over the years, Harpin’ has developed a style very much his own. Playing in an array of styles from folk to swing, his personal touch adds color and depth to the tunes and musicians he works with. His explorations into the possibilities of the harmonica inform his sensitive solo compositions.

Recently adding guitar and lyrics to his harp playing as a means of accompanying and rounding out performances, Harpin’ is enjoying requests to record and even beginning to have his songs covered by others!

In fact, Harpin’ backs so many musicians with his harps that he most only plays his own original tunes when playing solo!